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Exhibit: "Traditions, Change and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast"

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Exhibit: Crafting Civil (War) Conversations

Monday, February 2, 2015

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Continuing education: SC Hidden Treasures, Exploring the Old Pendleton District

Friday, May 29, 2015

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Suzuki Strings Festival

Saturday, May 30, 2015

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The Savvy Musician in ACTION (SMIA)

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

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University Test Prep: Free LSAT Workshop

Thursday, June 4, 2015

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The Savvy Musician in ACTION Chamber Competition Showcase

Thursday, June 4, 2015

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Conductors Institute of South Carolina

Saturday, June 6, 2015

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Featured Content

melonee ginn

The 'Oscar' winner of Hampton County

There are newer school buildings in more affluent school districts in South Carolina, but Hampton Elementary School has something this year that’s the envy of them all. Her name is Melonee Ginn Mattie, a fifth-grade teacher whose commitment to educational excellence netted her the 2015 Milken Educator Award, the only one given in the Palmetto State.

Goal Oriented

Goal Oriented

Sabrina D’Angelo couldn’t make her college graduation. Luckily, she had a pretty good excuse. May 8, when the exercise science major should have been walking across the stage at the University of South Carolina’s Colonial Life Arena, she had other goals on her mind — the kind she spent four years preventing as a standout goalkeeper for Carolina’s women’s soccer team.

Creating access: Digital Collections celebrates 10 years

Creating access: Digital Collections celebrates 10 years

When Kate Boyd first entered the library profession, there weren't many libraries in the digital world. But a class project in graduate school led Boyd to discover a new realm for information science and, eventually, to University Libraries at the University of South Carolina.



Biologist Jennifer Fill's doctoral research may help identify surrogate habitats for the eastern diamondback rattlesnake's dwindling numbers. A famous emblem of revolutionary-era America featured on the “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, the eastern diamondback has had its habitat reduced to just three percent of what it was when Europeans first arrived.

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In the News

“SC college grad job outlook best in years”

Survey says over half of UofSC May graduates finding jobs right away (feat. Thomas Halasz, career center) --The State

“Indiana community’s HIV outbreak a warning to rural America”

Expert discusses how rural areas can become overlooked by public health agencies (feat. Jan Probst, health service policy and management) --USA Today

“Saving the sweetest watermelon the South has ever known”

Author, professor had hand in reviving nearly extinct Southern produce (feat. David Shields, English) --NPR

“Editorial: S.C. should invest now in higher education”

Increasing output of educated workers will fill state’s need in coming years (feat. Doug Woodward and Joey von Nessen, economics) --Greenville News

“Fewer complains filed against police officers, but review is mixed”

Many factors play into fewer police complaints, professor says (feat. Seth Stoughton, law) --Wall Street Journal

“Carnival strategy chief bets that big data will optimize prices”

Professor discusses cruise line’s use of data analytics to increase revenue (feat. Mark Ferguson, business) --Wall Street Journal

“Teeny-weeny Starbucks opens in NYC”

Starbucks Express options sound like good idea to hospitality expert (feat. Robin Dipietro, HRSM) --USA Today

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